The Andalusian Ministry of Agriculture, through the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IFAPA) agreed yesterday with QvExtra! International to develop joint activities in scientific research, technological development and training to promote the culture of quality extra virgin olive olis.
This framework partnership agreement, which was signed by Carmen Ortiz, president of Ifapa, in the facilities of the Institute in Cabra (Córdoba) and the president of QvExtra! International, Soledad Serrano, will have five years duration and will allow the development of agreements focussed specifically in sharing human logistics for the execution of work resources.
During his speech, Ortiz noted that this agreement will enable joint activities “to promote the culture of extra virgin olive oil between producers and consumers.”
The president of Ifapa emphasized “the ongoing work and effort that is being done from the Ministry of Agriculture and from Ifapa on olive growing, which is one of the strategic pillars of Andalusia, as it is a source of wealth and creating jobs in this community.”Spanish framework partnership agreement to promote the culture of quality EVOO,